Main Governor Paul LePlage asserted that people of color are the enemy and they should be shot.
Governor Paul LePage in a Friday press conference dubbed people of Hispanic origin and people of color “the enemy” and he went on to suggest that people of color should be shot. These comments were made by the Governor after his homophobic remarks about a state lawmaker.
LePage recently made controversial and racist comments saying the majority of all drug dealers in Maine are people of color.
The Governor continues to confirm his hatred for Black and Hispanic people as he made horrible comments in his Friday conference. “A bad guy is a bad guy. I don’t care what color he is. When you go to war, if you know the enemy, the enemy dresses in red and you dress in blue, you shoot at red. You shoot the enemy. You try to identify the enemy. And the enemies right now, the overwhelming majority of people coming in are people of color or people of Hispanic origin,” LePage said.
LePage has grabbed headlines with his contentious racist and homophobic comments in the past. In an obvious endeavor to sway people into believing that he isn’t a racist, in his voicemail to state Rep. Drew Gattine, he said, “I want to talk to you. I want you to prove that I’m a racist. I’ve spent my life helping black people and you little son-of-a-bitch, socialist c*cks*ck*r.”
People like Governor Paul LePage are the most dangerous kind; such people could be termed as ‘the enemy from within,’ as they try to tear the nation apart. His vile comments scream the words of a white supremacist because only white supremacists try to instigate Americans to kill other Americans. These types of actions will definitely lead to a civil war in the country. A Governor shouldn’t be making such racist remarks and the only way this could be stopped is by eliminating all racists from the nation’s administration.
— Maine Democrats (@MaineDems) August 26, 2016
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